It seems to be free for all in Kashmir. Anybody can venture to wave Pakistan or IS flag and trample the Tricolour. Anybody can dare Indian authority and condemn its security forces notwithstanding the fact that they provide them the personal security cover to save them from the Jihadis. Anybody can challenge the writ of the government with nobody taking cognizance. Anybody can hurt the religious sentiments of others with those in power crying hoarse over ‘light of secularism emanating from the Valley’.
Is it a matter of pride or shame for the custodians of law to be a mute spectator to anarchy that is in full display before their wide open eyes?
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